17 Burst results for "Rob Wolf"
"rob wolf" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"You knew you were selected New Your. Did you do anything to prepare? You do little things like I had been living with my family. You know like I haven't been in Russia for a few years because I had a few kids and doing the family thing and found out I was going on. I A man. I'm a little rusty on all this minutes but mostly my main preparation was trying to put on weight which is not that easy for me so. I was drinking like many calories as I could trying to put on a little extra weight and shooting the bow getting out there shooting the re curve China to dial in a little bit on that and choose a recover compound because you're only allowed to reserve. It's got to be kind of primitive gear that you would have been sweet with the company but it was cool. The some. Yeah. My preparations were mainly that mainly just trampled on wait. Dial in on the boat and now when you try to put on weight that was so that you could burn fat food right just had a little more reserved skinny guy with a fast metabolism like previous winners of the show had usually been bigger dudes. It had a lot extra weight to lose. You could live off your fat for a long time water. There's actually a Guy Rob Wolf was rob wolf. Told us about this guy that had lived the no dom dog st no told us about this guy. Kitty Genyk Diet who went. He fasted for three hundred and sixty something. Days must have been huge. He was fat as but at the end of it was a normal size. And it's really crazy is he? Didn't have this the loose skin that a lot of people that lose weight this whole body shrunk became like a normal guy. Good for him. He lived off of vitamins and water took a vitamin DRIP and drank water and for a whole year. Eight no food. Yeah and his body just lived off the fat. Yeah yeah that's amazing I. It's a crazy story me takes. Will there you go there? I wonder what he did for just like hunger paying no. I don't think you get them after a while. They go away after a while. You when you that fat. I mean you have a years worth of food just carrying around down one hundred and sixty pounds and became a normal person. Right like morbidly obese. You know it lost two hundred. Seventy two hundred seventy six crazy. That's crazy get hundred. I wonder if they able to keep it off. You know. He's a fat fuck now now. He's three thousand pounds. Went back to donuts. Yeah back in the day. That's what he Is that him isn't a sixties. Was It really wow? Let's say doesn't have a lot of that skin. No he wasn't plagued with is this. This is the only time this was done was in the sixties when I typed it in tha pop. Doctors masted for three hundred eighty five days can hunger strike or something but look at what he used to look like versus what he looks like the end. That's nuts Yeah so I was. I was I was self conscious about my weight going on there too skinny for this sport. So what kind of stuff did you eat? Pack on the calories. I'll just drinking olive oil and trying to get fat off of that olive oil really. What of Farts did you have? All I would imagine Mediterranean. What are you doing off your homeland of Italy now. Did you drink soda to try to get sugar? Try Drinking those weight gain or things but man. Those disgust Ruutel. Yeah you feel horrible. This morning I was laid out. He fucking dis- that's terrible. Yeah those were like I remember back in my like right out of high school. There's a lot of guys who are trying to put on muscle withdrew communist TUB TUB. You had to put many scoops into the share and just fucking feeling in your stomach. He just drank sand just not meant to be at the Dow so just drinking olive oil. Did you wind up putting on anyway? Yeah got like twenty five pounds or so actually pretty good in like a month and a half or whatever. That's pretty impressive really. It was all fat and and honestly that that weight went away really fast too when I was out there. Like just from your exercise and yeah just from running around. Yeah Yeah I would imagine the cold alone. Yeah you burn A. I think it was about average around a pound a day. Just losing weight. Maybe a little scary so you kind of feel like the pressures on hunts and big game hunts like so. Do you have formal training with nerve? Do you know how to use directly No I don't it's self taught so I need to meet up with Aaron and get some tips right now. Well that's why Aaron really got into it because he's such a good bow hunter with a compound that he actually found it to be not as challenging as he needed and wanted And he wanted to kind of proved himself and other people that he could do the same with re curb. Oh yeah yeah that's awesome. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's got these videos. Him shooting bullseyes like forty five yards curve. Kinda crazy it's it is that's really cool and yeah. I mean just practice getting better. I'm GonNa practice a lot you do. I did notice on that show like there's something about you by yourself and you need the food so concentrated you're so dialed in. I go shoot at a target. It's hard to really be fully focused man when you see like the squirrel or the rabbit over there. Just like you're so dialed in that. I found my. I was pretty accurate out there. We using the point of the Arrow tip of the era. Were you using that as a guide like D when you aim? Yeah well it's the maybe it's a little more instinctual on that but yeah you kind of point of the Arrow. Yeah this party. Aaron was trying to explain to me how he used. He actually like to a certain range. He knows like what his twenty yard range raced on the point of his broadhead. Oh Yeah Yeah No. That's a good idea I mostly was. I mean I've done a bow hunting to here looking down the shaft of the Arrow versus like a recur or a compound and your your string is much lower in your phase. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah you're using the Arrow to kind of guess the distance between the target. And Yeah the top of your and just you like bow. Hunting just allow gives you get experience with estimating range. Yes one of the most important things because with the curve..
"rob wolf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I was because rob wolf knows everybody. And he he finally pulled me aside and said, hey, you know, you have anything to try so I gave him this probiotic protocol. And there was two categories of probiotics in three categories system that he hadn't tried and that was a huge game changer for rob not using the newest novel probiotic, which he was doing. I think for a while and getting pulled into the bells and whistles and just understanding that it's important to present the gut with this diverse array of probiotics using all three of the categories, and that was able to make a substantial impact. So I'd be I'd be cautious. Because this is something that you're gonna see more and more of and I watched a literature. And if there is something. Significant there that that needs to be acted on. I'll be one of the first people to adopt. But I am highly suspicious that the consumer is going to be just animal bombarded with all these different claims. Yeah, I think with that seed company they're using some kind of like a they're using LG as delivery mechanism. I think there's some how coating the bacteria with algae. And they say that it survives transit through digestion. But I don't know. I was just curious if you'd use any anything like that. But the other thing you talk about is is also this deal with using E coli as a probiotic, and that's a prize me. Because a lot of people think he call is just, you know, found bad hamburgers, and is gonna make you sick. But you actually talk about he coli as therapy is gut therapy. Where does he coli fit in when it comes to probiotic supplements? Asian great great question and very interesting 'cause there are pathogenic E coli tarot hemorrhagic coli, but also a fairly prevalent member of your healthy commence back tibia. Are different types of e-coli. And an so I mentioned earlier to three categories this probiotics while they're technically is a fourth which I mentioned in the book, but for most conversations like this. I don't discuss the fourth because the fourth isn't really available in the US for for weird. Regulatory reasons that I don't quite understand. While these probiotics are available in Europe in many other countries there for some reason not available in the US. Even though there have been a number of trials showing benefit. There's one that trained trade names as beautifully which is a choline isel one nine one seven, and it's it's a strain of coli, and it's been shown have quite impressive benefit like the other probiotics. I think all good probiotics of category one through three or this category. Four can be highly beneficial. So for someone who hasn't tried in coli probiotic. It's something that consider. And yes, there are healthy strains of coli that can be beneficial. And there have been a number of trials mostly inflammatory bowel disease, showing benefit with some of these e coli bass pro Alex interesting, and you can actually look on the label, and you can actually find coli ingredients on the label. Yep. Interesting. And so when people get a gut tests, and it says that they have coli those could actually beneficial strains of coli oftentimes, that's what you see. And it it's helpful to understand that E coli is a natural resident of the gun. And so unless it's dentist pathogenic E coli many times, this just tells you that you have lack just like lactobacillus Biffi bacterium, you have coli growth in your gut, which isn't a bad thing. Now, you also say in the book that we would be surprised about what you found in your research for the book about dietary fiber be surprised about dietary fiber. What what is it? The people be surprised about when it comes the dietary fiber. Well, I guess say it. Concisely the the benefit of dietary fiber, I think has been vastly overstated, but we have to paint one. I think important background nuance, which is a low fiber diet that's high sugar high in trans fat and high in processed foods is not healthy. But when you leave that sad, I which I'm sure no one listening to this has done probably a long time when you leave the.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Right, or let's let's not even say he's those say he wants to have a better body. Right. Well, he may have said in passing to his wife that he would like to attempt to eat better, eat, healthier, right? So there's a lot of things going on with this kind of thing. But you have to sit down with your significant other. You have to sit down in this case with your wife, and you have to say, listen, I know you have certain goals, and we have certain goals together as a family, and we have certain goals as a couple. But this is like this is very very important to me. Like, I I I wanna be in better shape. I wanna be healthier. I wanna feel stronger. And and this is what I'd like to do. And you know, based on my research. This is the way that I think I need to eat because a lot of times people be very resistant of that as well. The wife might be like you're not eating all that. Me you're not eating all that steak and having a heart attack and leaving me here with the kids. And you might have to say Honey, look, I, you know, I listen to all these podcasts. You know that? I am kind of researching the stuff all the time. If you don't think it's healthy will then maybe you, and I can pick out a book that has a diet that we both agree has a healthy plan, you know, to to to follow because there's a lot of choices. I got my book the war on cars. But there's a brilliant people out there that written other books. You got the paleo solution from rob wolf Marxist and has row written outstanding books on on how to you know, diet and get some great results at a lot. There's a lot of options out there. On doctored by William Davis is a really good. There's tons and tons of options, but you have to really basically just say flat out, this is important to me. And here's why like I don't want to. I don't wanna continue eating junk food. I I really wanna make a good Sean effort, and that person should should really. There's really no reason for them to be negative towards it at all it shouldn't it shouldn't it should not cause any problems because if you're explaining to them how important is to you. I mean, I know like if my wife comes to me and says something's important to her than I really got kind of perk up and be like, okay, I need to make sure okay. That's making note like as men were pretty dumb, and we don't we don't get it so women that are listening to this. Please tell your guy like what the shit that's important because we're not smart enough to get on our own, but you're gonna have to really pay attention to that's going to be. That's an important thing for your relationship. Definitely don't because I'm just thinking what what could be blocking her from being supportive, and it could be like a time thing. Maybe he doesn't have as much time as maybe someone else..
"rob wolf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"But what it does is it protects against advanced location end products. Which is basically have you heard of ages advanced education and products? Now, most of the stuff we talk about say, I probably never heard any of it. Yeah. I mean, I'm not as well versus rob wolf. I saw you on his podcast. It will so advanced advanced location and probably when you have sugar in your body for too long. It starts sticking the things. So you get these, you know, these sugar chunks sugar sticking to your proteins doesn't sound healthy. In fact, it cross links sticks to proteins to go. So you know in the morgue when they fix a body. They use formalin right formaldehyde Ma. Yeah. That preserves it. Because what that does is it cross links proteins? That's exactly what formaldehyde does. And that's what advanced education does that's one of the problems of sugar. Wow. You have too much sugar all the time in your body. You'll get ages advanced which is a perfect acronym. Right. Yeah. And Carnoustie and protects against that. So in other words, you can have a little bit higher blood sugar. If you're eating meat because you're getting protection with the carnage seen. That's actually crazy interesting. I never that's why I think that's one of the secrets of the carnivore diet. And that most people aren't even talking. About right as you get a lot of Karna seen. Well, I think you know, the carnivore diet is great. I think that there's there's a lot of interesting things that happened. And I think that. Whenever you just start taking out junk out of your diet when you're gonna start to see a lot of magic. And so I think that sometimes people forget that. And there's a lot of people that will say, you know, if there is a SuperFood out there, it very well could be red meat or it could be liver heart or some of these things that are nutrient dense, right? It makes a lot of sense steak has a lot of fat and protein in it and stuff and a lot of other nutrients that we need. But I think it's the absence of junk, you know, when you commit to Akito diet, a whole thirty diet, a paleo diet they'll start to commit to like cutting things out. And maybe maybe for the last twenty years you've been having cereal every morning. Maybe you don't know that you don't do. Well, with grains. Yeah. Maybe never realized you don't do. Well with milk took me a long time to figure it out. Yeah. It takes a long it takes a long time to figure these things out. And it takes even longer time to really put them into practice to the point. Where you're like. No. I'm not doing that anymore because I don't like the result doesn't feel good. What what I doing this way feel so much better that I'm not going back the other way that you just mentioned that you kind of have a reaction to choline. Yeah. And so maybe too many eggs or something like give you a headache or certain products and stuff like that. Yeah. I, you know, I think when I was doing my PHD initially. I realized by the way right now, we're rock, and we're going to do this where I just talked too much. And then realize if you could just pull the microphone up a little bit closer to you. Yeah. I felt like I felt like a fell in on. Did it got a little easy on you? That's cool. But no, I think when I was doing my PHD, right? When I'm starting. I didn't believe in this idea that gluten was a problem. You know, you're kind of taught that of macro is a macro, carb is a car whatever that sort of thing. Calories in calories out. Yeah. Yeah. That's what we're top. Then I had a daughter who was clearly dairy sensitive and gluten sensitive and it took me like a year. Embarrassingly took me about a year to figure that out. And then once I did once I that was huge awakening huge Biffani for me. Because then I started tinkering with that stuff on my own. Yeah. And I realized okay. My wife's got the dairy sensitive. I I can do dairy all day long. But gluten for sure gets my system..
"rob wolf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And as I mentioned earlier, need around time might you might come up with brilliant ideas watching sometimes Bob, but we also need times where we're going to investigate and learn more about the things that we want to do to be better. Last thing is success is a pleasure. That's something that's really important. So if you're walking around with resting bitch, face all the time on your way to success, then you're kinda missing out on some of it because success should be a lot of fun. I've always shared with my kids, you know, when they play sports and when they done different things where there's competition involve, I'll say, I always say to them, and maybe they don't play sports, but I'd always say to them, you know, it's, you'll always feel better when you're winning. You know, like I'm not going to sit here and preach to you about, you know, we got a train and we gotta go all out and all these things. But the game itself will be more fun if you're kicking ass. If you hit the ball, it'll be more fun. If you strike someone out, it'll be more fun if you hit a home run. Ilene, be more fun. If you hit the game, winning home, run Ilene, be more fun. If you catch the game winning touchdown, it'd be more like all these things. It's so much more fun when you're kicking. Ask, it's so much more fun to get stronger so much more fun to have progress. And so that's a huge part of success and people just they're not. They don't really think about that much. Yeah, I'm ready to hammer out. So questions from one of debt. Probably top three best greens we've had Mr. but plug. Oh, wow. Hey, hey, is that Kelly threat. Oh yeah, the the plug. That's right. Yeah. Think of that. He's just asked. I think it's a he, hey, please. No free plugs on this podcast, right? You're going to have to pay for that, but plug just asking if you take apple cider, vinegar. I've used apple cider, vinegar. I know that if you wanna find out more information about it, you should look into. Paul check catches you to Paul, check apple, cider, vinegar, and he's got some information on their forty, some people love it. I. I never noticed one thing one way or the other with it and snow. I don't utilize it. I think rob wolf may talk about as well, but I don't. I don't know a ton about apple cider, vinegar. I know that when I've asked rhino about it, he wasn't a fan because he thinks it can pull nutrients from your from your body, but other people like it because he has a sensitive stomach and it hurts my stomach. So that's why he doesn't like it tastes gross. Yeah, just anyway, nNcholas, Barclay. I'm not sure where he got his info, but his question is other than the squat. What has been the most beneficial movement in your life? The most beneficial movement..
"rob wolf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And like I like that crisp, crispy and the crunch, and then I'll put that thought away. And it's not a big deal that the and I get satisfied from that in a way which is demented, maybe. But a lot of times that thoughts more satisfying than the heaviness I feel after I eat it, I learned that, and so I go, you know, what self am I presenting here to curate the little hungry, fucking needy. Never is more is never enough, like type of guy inside me or somebody that wants to create a vessel that's larger than that. And and my thing with the pizza with whatever there's only a couple I, I don't fuck with sugar except on real special Kate. Like, you know, if I go Harrison, we'll have dessert or he'll have every time. But when you're ninety three, you have all the want. But like that. Like if I don't what I learned a great point as either from Sisson or rob wolf, I don't know which, but. How I begin my day dictates my day to such a huge degree nutritionally. And so if I begin eating, you know, I don't eat any gluten at all, but except maybe twice a year, I'll go gluten free pizza. They've cracked the code on some of those cross. But yeah, fuck with a regular thin crust to couple times a year, but I'll get there will be a price to pay. I'll get. I'll get acid reflux really bad. So I can't sleep and things like that's why I'm gluten free is because I found I took note and I don't have to take Nexium anymore. But the the thing with with feeding myself and with new like what? What part of my, nourishing, if I start eating, you know before I was gluten free, I start eating a bagel in the morning. I need sugar every two hours. Like if I eat sugar begets more sugar. And so the more carbohydrates that I start with, I can't. I can't. I literally cannot say, no, I don't have a mechanism. Yeah, so, but if I I can't fi. How do I fight that I stay nourished with that. And so the first thing that was my. My ally going into ketosis was coconut butter, and anytime I had it was fucking marxists in and he dared me. He goes, go ahead and Cav yourself to tablespoons of coconut butter and see if you're still hungry later, and I was, I'd get completely sated with these two. That's fantastic. And so I started doing that and that kind of crack the code for me. Like if nourished myself correctly, it makes a ketogenic diet easy. I really care if I eat again, like it's fine. I have to force myself to my Ness next meal, a lot of the time. But that's if I do it appropriately and properly. And so you know, the, I can't just fall into it. I have to be intentional, I guess is my right. I heard Marxist and also say. He was like, if you really are just craving something like crazy and you're, you're just dying for something. He goes, go get some, you know, go get some expensive dark chocolate. He's like the more expensive, the better because you're gonna value it more because it costs more and you'll I wanna shell out so much dough for he goes, go get yourself. Some nice, expensive almond butter. He's like, take that chocolate. Dip that in that almond butter, so great. And he said, just e as much as you want, he's like the, he's like, it'll go away, you know, he's, he's like, you'll eat, you know, maybe I don't know ten scoops of it or so, and and that'll be that we'll have to do a few months. You know it's over with I and I love that thing. And that's what got me through because I travel a lot, you know, and I can take these jars. They're not perishable, right? You could take almond butter. You can take coconut butter. You can blow their things got to prepare for because you know that sometimes in your hotel room, specially if the set or whatever sets you up with an ice hotel room and you're gonna have all these. Amenities. All these nice. So. Maybe? Yeah, maybe lag a Pringles? Yeah. And you're just left with your own thoughts, right? Or your onset for all day and all there is a snacks. You know. I mean, even the sets you're seeing healthier choices come up, which is cool..
"rob wolf" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"Jump and roll and tumble correct we lose that because we get lazy sitting on cars and whatnot so the whole kito thing i was very irritated at the misinformation or the misappropriation of the term kita genyk diet which is an excellent philosophy and it scientifically based the medical kito says is a very legitimate tool as rob wolf says but it's a short term philosophy it's a short term lifestyle for specific specific minority members of the population for minority percentage of their time of their life well that's how it started right with with with patients within the back in the twenties or so it was stumbled upon accidentally as all good signs is that there was a correlation to a reduced carbohydrate intake and the cessation or the improvement of the symptoms of epilepsy correct and that's and then what they found was during that wow this is actually working to like slowing down the number the severity the frequency of these caesar's but then the the patients were losing weight and getting leaner and some felt cognitively cognitive cognitively better as a result of that awesome so again the charlatans grabbed onto it and it turned it into the best weight loss diet ever but it's not same thing with this massive time restricted eating movement these are the fasting intermittent fasting when i sleep eight hours i'm fasting for eight hours if i don't have my if i eat dinner at seven and i go to bed at ten and i.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Well there's there's one day right right we were at the end of it we were like yeah really huddles on the floor yeah literally yeah it's hard to big ups to yeah just go to write us yeah you can tell in the chemistry to i think it's better anyone better that's like the authenticity like no one wants to hear me be like oh yeah and so what are your thoughts on ketosis like i would listen to interviews and it's like some won't be like an you know that's when i discovered that i had cancer it'd be like oh wow so intermittent fasting just like gave you something you know what i mean like you're not reacting to the thing that they just gave you like it's actually more common than you would think i didn't realize it into into space and like it's now it's interesting now like i don't really listen to as like i don't listen to podcasts that are like us or like inner same genre it's more like you guys or like tim ferriss role as my favorite kind of like those because i just don't want to be distracted by like whatever's happening in my industry i wanna like stick with my vision my voice and kind of like just be who i am and then learn from people that are not like me i think it's a very smart strategy because i think that's the problem with a lot of people right now is they're trying to duplicate it or they're trying to piggyback off the trend right now like yeah i mean that's short lived i mean everyone's saying you're not going to be somebody else's good as their right you know just just do your own do your own thing one of my favorite things and this is just the selfish part of me is i love having a podcast because i get to talk to cool fucking pd normally wouldn't like to call you know rob wolf and before how would i get them to talk with me but now it can be like hey dude they got a podcast download you have a conversation yeah and they'll ask them shit that i want to know you know what i mean.
"rob wolf" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Kito pizza cheese cake and ice cream that tastes to me just as good as the real thing obviously it's a little bit different the ice cream that tastes like ben and jerry's but it tastes like you know a pretty good vanilla ice cream so there's there's there's definitely some sacrifices you make like you're not gonna i don't look at it as a sacrifice i look at it as like treating and harm reduction how long have you been on carnivore dot right now it's five months i feel i feel really good you don't have any cravings other than ever now ten cookies or whatever no not really no there's not like a time where i'm like you know what i really want to cheat on the diet i also think that i was on kito for like a year i think being on kito for like a year before that really it just really i've changed my relationship with food growing up in a family that's overweight and we were just always like food would solve our problems it was always easy to just go grab something to eat or you come home moms like oh you don't feel good here have this and whatever and we're just used to that kind of thing so our relationship with food is bad and then we went to go see rob wolf why respect the time and rob was like why do you have a relationship with food it's a sending out of an object like he kinda put it in those times to me like you're friends with food like it's just a thing you know and i'm like yeah it is just the thing it can't do anything to me like i'm in control of it right but what's it's really weird when you flip the script on your hunger hunger changes everything when you're hungry that's when the diet goes out the window on this carnivore diet the thing is by not being hungry you're now in control all the time.
"rob wolf" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Last year at this appeal you ish conference where people like rob wolf and chris grassroots leading experts speaking on and sexual diets and then we went out for lunch into the main hall and it was just a bunch of sandwiches in like pasta salad it's quite ironic like this is what we have nutrition and interesting conference the same thing with aiding of health trio sonata working about just be sitting in rooms with with no light dust that former buys and early weird positions think that's health anyway tangent let's get back to the movement or one of the things i i recommend to with with working with with anybody say working with a client is i think john d martinez a good job with this but breaking down stand up with breaking down what your highest values are and a lot of times we have inconsistency with what our actual actions are and what we think are our values are so he's got a really beautiful flipped of i think it's thirteen questions and each one individual question essentially what do you think about the most what is your vision what do you wanna create what makes you happiest what point of the day you know so i i think defining what it is that really feeds you makes you feel good and just asking questions like sometimes we don't ask ourselves as questions because we're operating off of the past we're operating off of what we think we're supposed to do i think i'm supposed to be jacked really.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Um and so that that's how the warren carbs came to be and the actual uh carbohydrates that are in the diet are slim to none we don't were league carbohydraterich a carbohydrates we uh there's not anything in uh intentional that we eat the has carbohydrates in it so for example something like milk would be out of the question because it has quite a bit of carbohydrates milk actually has more carbs in a does anything else has like seven eight grams a protein might have seventy grams of fat but it's got like 13 grams of sugar per serving uh so that would be out yogurt and things of that nature a lot of things that you wouldn't think about until you went down this rabbit holy you wouldn't normally think about these things until he were faced with until you started reading food labels a really good quote that i like from what rob wolf is uh he said you know were so concerned about our food labels and what's on them but the truth is we should be eating foods that don't have food labels and i thought that that was a remarkable comment because i i do know that they package or meet at the store and oil but a food label on it but i mainly just uh saying that our food uh uh shouldn't be process shouldn't be packaged in shouldn't be you know something that has a shelf life of uh you know three years whatever even even some things can just lay around for a longer period of time uses some things that haven't been shared with us throughout our history grains and in us um i just heard the other day and you get to know what's true different things pop up here and there but cereal is like a waste byproduct uh from from what i've heard uh farmers were just looking to you looking for a way to utilize uh some of the access stuff that they had in and they started to make cereals and that's.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"That mart bells power projects those are the kind of things that that you know people right away they want to ask the question where's the science behind keita where's the science behind the war on carbs in what we've learned talking to guys like eighty galp and talking to guys like rob wolf we've learned that there are just not a lotta great studies on a lot of these things there are studies that have been done some of this show us some of the things were looking for and some of them don't um but dietary sciences is it's really hard to lock in it's hard to have people are not the same as dogs there's been a lot of study ladder research on keita genic diets for cancer and when it comes to a dog and their diet you just feed them what you want when it comes to human beings we are uh you know we have decisions we have choices as human beings and we can drive the seven eleven and get a hot dog in and get a sniggers bahrae even when you try to lock people down uh there's gonna be some people that are cheating on the diet not following and stuff so it makes a science up pretty tough so having being somebody that's been on the war on card for many many years and being somebody that's followed it for a long time i've always reverted back to it every single time i need to lose weight and that's why in my book in the beginning chapter before the book even really starts there's a an area there for you to sign you're signing an agreement your signing a contract and you're agreeing to yourself in agreeing to the people around you that you are not gonna fart around anymore you are not going to be like everybody else you're not gonna eat like other people you're not gonna be lazy like other people you're going you're china have you trying to turn over a new page in your life you're trying to enter a new chapter in your life in every time you have the opportunity to do something that you're not supposed to do you go the complete opposite direction every single time and you work on building now willpower and i know i talk about this time and time again and i have these.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Was on oh yeah i mean is one of those guys and look when you when you covering the teen back then you know you do puttalam larry bird would always come out about a half hour after the game but fully clothed he just wanted to kind of like you know unwind in any give you all the time he needed other players would come on any get them as they were going to their stall livefire larry was in brookline he lived near rob wolf in in house franklin moves yet along it well yeah he he had hadn't his mom's house in indiana and he decided to work on on built driveway and ended up screwing up his batting that's how he did it a part of the next that's i guess what you can sail that heathen winchester to a lot of them one of these guys on amid for border in phnom a lot of guys live them in brooklyn because they used the practice had who wanna college in brooklyn so close to practice in than it was easy to get like the juice always live closer to the northshore 'cause they would be for the longest time they would practice of wilmington salah them when live in say linfield but now the rent closer to the city of chara lives in the north enters lived in the north and maybe in a different plavsic of if he has a family go owing by dot com yes will match was a perfect guida ask that max isn't afraid to speak up if he thinks the old this was a fence us but he be no he's the first person said it's black history month not black people's month and red auerbach did a lot to help racial equality not just in this series but wrote the.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Human and machine cognition that's a mouthful it's abbreviated i h m c and it's actually one of the nation's top research organisations that investigates everything from like a to extending human cognition too locomotion two resilience they describe it as a a new model for interdisciplinary research that strives to be both entrepreneurial and academic and i would say based on a based on the the podcast that i've heard can record he certainly achieving that a he's authored hundreds of scientific papers he's got six books out there all linked to his websites in the show notes for today's show is you can access at ben greenfeld fitness dot com slash ken ford if you wanna learn a little bit more about can and what he does and in our emails back and forth and i think it was it was a another fellow podcast or rob wolf may have introduced us of if i remember correctly at to it was a bit in our emails back and forth i discovered that that has it has a lot of other interest to in a on everything from steal bicycles and outdoor training uh to to a anti aging two using bile hacks cell like power dotson by britian training to blood flow restriction training to a whole host of things that i think is it'll turn it'll turn this into a relatively fascinating discussion uh or something that that kid decade golf the deepen pretty quickly a warning a so a anyways can walk into the showman great good to be here yeah lloyd's was fantastic to have you and uh you know i i guess the first place that i like to start is this this mouthful of a place that you work out as this i hmc what exactly is that men i'm intrigued i don't have my head raptor on what you do yet said it's an poetic acronym you know some people think it means i hate i hate might cubicle or are all kinds of other up potential innings but as you said means institute for human.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Yup in the old days of uh you know the adkins hido program it was goal from you know foreigner grams of a day of six on earth day the twenty or thirty and it was such a shock to the system the brain which was used to getting a hundred forty grams of glucose on its own now is these cut down to twenty grams a day uh the brain has no idea what's going on and has not yet been accustomed to burning he tones so the brain starts to for frantically send signals to the adrenal disagree cortisol of course all goes out outstrips of muscle of certain proteins and amino acids amino acids little liberal become glucose just to the brain could be are you by the way suppressing insist we've got a lot of things and you feel like crack your brain feels foggy because it's still not happening fast enough for that that through put that you required for the brain that was entirely glucose and now if you go down the path of learning how to become fat and qito adapted and you build them about machinery to accurate to work effectively and efficiently access your body fat burner this you'll make tones in deliver seno's key tones to the brain which the brain by the way seems to even for over glucose you then get to a situation where you'll you need a any glucose in you can you can go the entire day without taking glucose i'm not suggesting we'll do that but that's that's how were set up in it's an evolutionary adaptations one of the most brilliant elegant closed systems i've ever seen in in biology it's basically we are wired rob wolf's book wired to eat at this discusses this at length but were wired eat as much food as we can crammed downer pie hole because we evolve over millions of years in a in a virement of scarce it went three square meals a day you kidding me it was like when there was food available white okay let's eat at.
"rob wolf" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"So this conversation really grew and it was that moment that a realize the technology i was developing was helping people realise where they are on the atlas ism continuum and then extending it forever and i remember i gave the talk and rob wolf who is there to comes over many ghost jesus christ he goes duty goes that was fucking unbelievable and i was like you i could go so you just answered every question that we tried to answer when it first came into cross fit and we thought it was fitness he goes if we could have issues if they if you would given that talk in the early 2000s it would have altered the victories i get that and even rob said that it altered his complete mindset for training is parable in perspective like that and i remember rob being like i helped rob put together a template and he still use it to this day and he's like it's probably the best training template i've ever use and i use and people are smalltime robidoux training is like it's on the john reforming base off his athleticism model it works man where almost at a time because they're gonna come through the door and a second i have one more question for you based off perspective in that is since the only pro bowler that i know what what do you think of the state of the current nfl um i think in terms of guys kneeling that people have the right to silent protest the problem is the nfl's a private entity and the owners have the right to look in say okay this is a business we have sponsors we have all this other you know river of dirty money flowing through and this if if guys kneeling is can affect.
"rob wolf" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"With rob wolf i would consider him to be one of the top guys in terms of promoting paleo eating through his primal blueprint and his website marks that marks daily apple so he really knows what he's talking about and he's an athlete and and a just all on great guy so were superstars to have mon here and normally i would just introduced him and we start talking but guess what your truly started the podcast and forgot the hit the record button so it's going to pick up in are the first minute of our conversation when i looked up and i was like oh my god i forgot the pressing record button there you go on life of marked devan anyways here you go let's cut into my podcast with marxists in and you're gonna love it who yacht early on adopted the highcarbohydrate paradigm of building building up glycogen stores and managing those glycogen stores through training through racing and ultimately through the consumption of highcarbohydrate drinks during the races did that for a bunch years became pretty pretty fast pretty fit ostensibly but was falling apart on the inside i was over training i was not recovering appropriately i was inflamed from the diet that i had embraced as being but i thought was healthy and at the age of twenty eight basically retired from competition at the highest level to seek true fitness and health in a way that i guess we call it a hack today by hate at german you know in in finding the the ways that were the most appropriate and involve the least struggle suffer sacrifice discipline.